Jesse Jackson

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Noun1.Jesse Jackson - United States civil rights leader who led a national campaign against racial discrimination and ran for presidential nomination (born in 1941)
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Founded by Reverend Jesse Jackson Senior, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition (RPC) was formed in December 1996, through the merging of two organisations, the People United to Serve Humanity (PUSH), and the Rainbow Coalition, and is a multi-racial and multi-issue organisation fighting for social change.
His parents were both prominent in the Civil Rights Movement and close friends of Dr Martin Luther King Jr, the Reverend Jesse Jackson and Malcolm X.
Reverend Jesse Jackson called her a "sister beloved, of substance and sound".
funeral, rights leader Reverend Jesse Jackson told Reuters: "I think people will be under control.
In the news PRESIDENT of the United States Ronald Reagan meets with Navy lieutenant Robert Goodman and the Reverend Jesse Jackson at the White House, following Goodman's release from Syrian captivity.
The Prince of Wales attended the service along with prominent US civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson, entrepreneur Richard Branson and broadcaster Oprah Winfrey.
THE Reverend Jesse Jackson announces his candidacy for the 1984 Democratic Party presidential nomination.
Reverend Jesse Jackson, a civil rights campaigner who has been advocating for Sutay's freedom, was also thanked.
Birmingham 'looks like the Birmingham of Alabama of 50 years ago' with few black police officers, legendary civil rights leader Reverend Jesse Jackson has warned in a trip to the city.
Benkirane s'entretient avec le reverend Jesse Jackson
Speakers included former United States President Bill Clinton, Reverend Jesse Jackson, and Andrew Mlangeni, a close friend of Mandela who was imprisoned with him, among others.
Speakers included former United States President Bill Clinton, Reverend Jesse Jackson, singer, actor and social activist Harry Belafonte, and Andrew Mlangeni, a close friend of Mr.